Please don't a brief guide to interpersonal relations on Wiktionary.—msh210℠ (talk) 02:08, 29 January 2013 (UTC)or . Doing either will likely get you blocked from editing. You might wish to see
Yet you still insist with this "broken english" insult comment by bringing it back. You are not very cooperative and I've been trying to get across you to re edit that "broken english" comment off by email without using that abyssmal public section. Apparently you tend to make things difficult for me. All I ask is you to take out that "broken english" comment. I don't want to continue this conflictive nonsense.—This unsigned comment was added by Dz572 (talk • contribs).
- "Broken" is an accurate description of your writing as far as I could (and can) tell and, as I explained on my own talk page, I mentioned it in the Tea room for a good reason, not to put you down.
- There is no reason to worry about having been insulted: no one here knows who you are (unless you use this same username elsewhere). Leave this username alone, come back with a different username, and, voila, the insult is gone.
- Even if (arguendo) I'm wrong, still, don't edit others' signed posts or remove conversations from others' talk pages.
- I didn't revert your edit (to the Tea room) that removed "broken" from my own post there. Someone else did.
- I don't know what you mean by "by email" (just above). Could you clarify, please? Do you mean you've been trying to get it across to me by e-mail? I've received no such e-mail message.—msh210℠ (talk) 05:35, 29 January 2013 (UTC)
Msh210 what is so broken about my comment about the offensive term? Can you post it here? I did multiple things and I wasn't paying attention to what I was typing down that day. Copy and paste what I typed down that day because I have no access to "OTRS" and have no plan on becoming something I dislike, yeah let's call it that.